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Lemmy on 1471 (Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire)

A couple of weeks ago I headed to Gloucestershire for a bit of an R&R trip/adventure. Obviously, no matter where I go I make sure to try and find a little gastronomic gem along the way, and I think I just might have… 531 more words

Eating Out

virgin blogger and dough anarchist initiate

 I have always wanted to start a blog.

Turns out what I needed was a bargain- I was offered a three day sourdough course at Bread Ahead Bakery & School at Borough Market in exchange I would blog about the experience. 373 more words


5 reasons to make your own bread

Baking your own bread may seem like a lot of effort when shop bought is plentiful and readily available, but with the popularity of shows such as The Great British Bake Off home baking is becoming ever more popular. 700 more words

Open Source Bread 1: Sourdough Starter

I am making most of the bread my family eats myself – I started out with a breadmaker many years back when moving to the UK (in order to save us from having to eat sliced white all the time), but after burning out two units (they are just not made to make 2-3 wholemeal loaves a week for years), and getting the fabulous bread-making books by  568 more words


Slow dough, real bread: how to bake a great sourdough loaf

Coaxing the wild yeasts out of the atmosphere and into your enticing mix of flour and water to create sourdough starter is just the start of the baking journey. 659 more words